Osmotic and ionic regulation and metabolism of crustaceans and fish; physiological ecology of marine invertebrates and fish; respiratory physiology
developmental biology; examination of effects of diet on metabolism and development of juvenile lobsters;
Professor Burlin's specialty is 19th-century American diplomatic history. He has published a number of articles in this area and has completed a book titled Imperial Maine and Hawai'i: Interpretative Essays in the History of Nineteenth Century American Expansion that traces connections between Maine and Hawai'i as a way to explore large issues related to American imperialism in the 19th century. He also has an interest in the perceptions and insights "foreigners" have about U.S. history, culture and society. He is... Read More
US foreign policy
contemporary world affairs
I am broadly interested in studying learning, memory and emotion using behavioral neuroscience techniques. I have more recently become interested in how the brain's memory systems and emotional regulation systems come to function and cooperate over the course of development. I enjoy teaching at both the introductory and upper levels.
learning and memory
Brain Research relating to behavior
Stephen Burt is a painter and printmaker. He was born in Deland, Florida in 1962, and was educated at Rhode Island School of Design (BFA 1987) and SUNY Purchase (MFA 1991). Burt has exhibited in both international and national venues, including most recently at The Third Floor Gallery in NYC; the University of Southern Maine in Portland, ME; Bridgewater State University in Bridgewater, MA; the Ballinglen Arts Foundation in Ballycastle, Ireland; and the International Print Center in New York City.
Burt’s... Read More
and printmaking.I have an abiding passion for the figurative and decorative art of the Renaissance and Baroque periods and have researched it extensively as part of my studio practice.
My research is grounded in marine ecology and integrates and interdisciplinary approach. Research disciplines include aquaculture, fisheries and coastal management. Previous projects have been based in freshwater, estuarine and marine habitats including temperate lakes, Atlantic rocky shorelines, temperate barrier-beach lagoons, tropical coral reefs and Pacific glacial fjords. I enjoy working on projects that look at biotic and abiotic dynamics and interactions as they apply to conservation and/or social development issues. My current research focuses on sustainable ecological aquaculture and food web dynamics in... Read More
Ecological Approaches to Acquaculture
Fish Ecology & Fisheries
Marine Food Web Dynamics
Alex Campbell, Ph.D., comes to UNE from England, and is an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology. Alex's courses include: "Deviance," "Crime and Deviance," "Globalization and Identity," "Race, Class, and Gender," "Globalization and Technology," and "Introduction to Sociology," and she is the present coordinator of the Sociology Internship.
Alex is currently working on a book manuscript, which explores issues of race and white identities in cyberspace, and arises from research she conducted as part of her Ph.D. She has... Read More
Nicole Chaison, M.A., teaches English Composition at UNE and also specializes in teaching Introduction to Literature, Oral Communications, and the Graphic Novel. A writer herself, Chaison has published a graphic novel, The Passion of the Hausfrau: Motherhood Illuminated (Random House/Villard), which has been described by the Utne Reader as "hilarious" and by Mothering Magazine as a "must-read." The book sprang out of Chaison's self-produced magazine, Hausfrau muthah-zine, which she's been producing since 2003. Chaison also wrote the James Beard-award nominated Spice (ReganBooks,... Read More
and graphic novels.
Lane W. Clarke is an Associate Professor of Education at the University of New England. and currently is department chair.She teaches classes at the undergraduate level to pre-service teachers in literacy and global education. Her research interests include online teaching, technology and literacy, and working with students who struggle in literacy. She has published three books: Educating Literacy Teachers Online: Tools, Techniques, and Transformations (Clarke & Watts-Taffe, 2013), The reading turn-around: A five part framework for differentiated instruction (Jones, Clarke... Read More
Literacy and Technology
Gender and Education
Michelle Collay is professor in the Department of Education. A former public school music teacher, she is a scholar-practitioner who integrates teaching and scholarship in higher education and PK-12 settings. Her research interests include teacher professional socialization with attention to how life experience shapes teachers' professional identities. Collay has worked as a school leadership coach in urban and rural settings, with school leaders engaged in developing professional learning communities. She continues to study constructivist teaching, leading, and equity-focused inquiry in... Read More
Henry L. & Grace Doherty Professor of Marine Sciences
Editor-in-Chief, Aquaculture (Elsevier)
Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Swedish Royal Academy of Agriculture & Forestry Wallenberg Professor, University of Gothenburg
Costa-Pierce has a 40-year career in the marine and freshwater sciences. His overall research interest is in "Ocean Food Systems: how seafood systems throughout the world interact with marine ecosystems, fisheries, aquaculture, and people. He has worked in the USA at both state and private universities and at international research organizations in Asia, Africa, and the Americas, and from Hawai'i to Maine. He is a pioneer of the field of "Ecological Aquaculture", helped build FAO's "Ecosystem Approach to... Read More
Kenneth Courtney completed his Ph.D. at the Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY), and holds an MA from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, in Ancient Philosophy. His current research focuses on the role of political representatives and how to conceive of the interests of constituents.Read More
International Relations; Modern political theory; The role of political representation in domestic and international contexts.
Michael J. Cripps directs English Composition at the University of New England. He is Associate Editor for Across the Disciplines: A Journal of Language, Learning, and Academic Writing, an online, international peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles related to writing in disciplinary contexts. He serves on the editorial board for the WAC Clearinghouse, a venue internationally recognized as the leading resource for information related to the writing-across-the-curriculum movement. He is a member of the Northeast... Read More
Writing Across the Curriculum/Writing in the Disciplines
Writing Program Administration
New Media Composition